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Ohio voters in 2020 could vote on gun background checks and president at same time

by The Columbus Dispatch
Published on June 12, 2019
Ohio voters might have the opportunity to decide whether to require background checks for gun purchases at the same time they vote for president in… READ MORE

Firearms industry girds for fight over silencers

by Melissa Quinn | Washington Examiner  |  published on June 11, 2019
The firearms industry is braced for a state-level fight over access to gun suppressors, which were thrust into the national discussion following last month’s shooting at a municipal building in Virginia. The massacre, which left 12 dead, has given way to calls for silencers to be outlawed, as police said a handgun used by the shooter was outfitted with the… READ MORE

Classroom teachers can have guns. Painful debate marks final passage by Florida House.


After about seven hours of angry, sometimes deeply painful debate about race and gun violence that spanned two days, the Florida House passed a bill Wednesday that would allow classroom teachers to be armed, expanding a program lawmakers created last year after the Parkland shooting. The debate reached emotional heights that had Democrats shouting or tearing up as black lawmakers… READ MORE

New NRA president targets Dem Rep. Lucy McBath, says gun lobby will back anyone running against her

The newly elected president of the National Rifle Association (NRA) pledges to endorse any candidate who opposes the gun-control policies of U.S. Rep. Lucy McBath, D-Ga. Carolyn Meadows became president of the NRA after internal turmoil led to the resignation of Oliver North following accusations that he tried to pressure executive vice president Wayne LaPierre into resigning amid his criticism… READ MORE
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Meet the only person in the US who can legally own a bump stock

by Melissa Quinn
Published on April 10, 2019
Clark Aposhian added a bump stock to his firearms collection about a year before a gunman using the devices, which let semi-automatic weapons fire more… READ MORE

Connecticut Supreme Court rules Remington can be sued for advertising

The mother of one of the 20 children killed in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting says a new court ruling is a step toward holding gun-maker Remington accountable for the way it marketed the rifle used in the massacre. Nicole Hockley said Thursday that Remington and other gun makers need to stop gearing their advertising toward troubled young men.… READ MORE
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Tempers flare as Nevada lawmakers advance plan to expand gun background checks

To Democrats, Senate Bill 143 is a long-overdue life saver. To Republicans, it’s little more than a gun grab. That was the takeaway on Tuesday… READ MORE

NRA applauds introduction of constitutional carry bill in Kentucky

by Britney Taylor  |  published on February 13, 2019
The National Rifle Association is applauding Kentucky state Senator Brandon Smith for introducing a bill that would allow law-abiding citizens more flexibility for defending themselves. The NRA says Senate Bill 150 is “a common-sense measure that gives its citizens more freedom to defend themselves, their homes, and their families”. This legislation is scheduled to be heard I the Kentucky Senate… READ MORE

Utah Sen. Mike Lee again pushes bill to end restrictions on firearm silencers. A big silencer company is based in West Valley City.

Washington • Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, has reintroduced legislation to erase restrictions on buying and owning firearms silencers, a move quickly denounced by gun-control groups as a dangerous proposal that will make Americans less safe. In previously introducing the legislation, Lee pitched his bill, dubbed the Silencers Helping Us Save Hearing Act, or SHUSH Act, as a way for hunters… READ MORE

South Dakotans one step closer to carrying concealed handguns without a permit

PIERRE — Legislation allowing people to carry concealed handguns without a permit in South Dakota, also called “Constitutional carry,” passed another hurdle on Monday morning. The House State Affairs Committee gave Senate Bill 47 its blessing in a 10-3 vote after hearing 90 minutes of testimony about the measure. The bill now moves to the House floor for a vote.… READ MORE
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